warehouser


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ware·house

 (wâr′hous′)
n.
1. A place in which goods or merchandise are stored; a storehouse.
2. A large, usually wholesale shop.
tr.v. (also -houz′) ware·housed, ware·hous·ing, ware·hous·es
1. To place or store in a warehouse, especially in a bonded or government warehouse.
2. To institutionalize (a person) in usually deficient housing and in conditions in which medical, educational, psychiatric, and social services are below par or absent: "has felt forced to warehouse hundreds of children in temporary shelters" (Justine Wise Polier).

ware′hous′er (-hou′zər) n.

warehouser

(ˈwɛəˌhaʊsə)
n
(Commerce) a person who works in a warehouse
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.warehouser - a workman who manages or works in a warehousewarehouser - a workman who manages or works in a warehouse
working man, working person, workingman, workman - an employee who performs manual or industrial labor
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